Mazda CX-3 to start at 19,960, joining the new 20,000 club
Editor's note: An earlier headline misstated the CX3 base cost. It's $19,960.
All across the automotive industry, execs are betting they can sell Americans on a car together with the height and fashion of a cross over, however the agility and size of a sub-compact.
The magic number to make that sale, it appears, is $20,000.
Mazda disclosed now that its new CX3, which joins the Honda hr v, Nissan Juke and Chevrolet Trax in a burgeoning marketplace for miniature crossovers, will begin at $19,960 ($20,840 including delivery) for the 2016 model-year.
For the base cost, plus or minus $300, an individual will now have the ability to select between a CX3, hr v, Trax and Juke, all with front drive and an automated transmission. (Honda is alone in supplying a a stickshift; it sells for $800 less.)
It demonstrates that miniature crossovers are taking a standard position in lines throughout the business. They're being priced above compact vehicles, which will begin at $16,000 to $18,000 before delivery, however below mid-size sedans, which have clumped together at a beginning value between $21,000 and $23,000."We needed to send a powerful statement that new customers, early adopters, empty nesters and proper-sizers can get every thing they need in a crossover that meets their requirements," Jim O'Sullivan, Chief Executive Officer of Mazda's Us arm, said in a statement nowadays as the firm revealed its pricing.
In the US, the CX3 will be offered with only one engine -- a 2.0-liter Skyactiv motor paired to a six-speed automated transmission. It's going to top out at $28,160 for a Grand-Touring version with optional all-wheel-drive and an additional technology bundle, before Mazda's $880 delivery cost.
The $20,000 club
Honda HR-V: ,915Mazda CX-3: ,960Chevrolet Trax: ,120Nissan Juke: ,250All costs check with a base-model with front drive and an automatic transmission, before delivery.
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